Inheritance LAWS in an Islamic Society: Islamic Cultures are Distinct in Everyway
No Wills-No Discussions-No one can do anything. If you are the youngest in an Islamic family and no one talks about “what happens when my father dies?” “what do I get?” No one decides. It is already written.
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2-his daughter 2-his grand daughter 2-his matrilineal brother 2-his mother 2-his sibling sister 3-his grand father 3-his patrilineal 3-his sibling brother 3-his sister 3-the remainder 4-her patrilineal brother 4-his patrilineal grand 4-his step 5-100 shares capital acres Allah brothers and sisters compulsory dead deceased died leaving 1-his died leaving:1-her husband died leaving:1-his daughter died leaving:1-his grand died leaving:1-his mother died leaving:1-his wife evenly divided example grand sons half heirship holy Quran husband will get(1/2 inheriting descendants key of division leaving 1-her husband leaving 1-his wife male share married couple mother by fari’da mother is blocked mother will get(1/6th nephew ofthe patrilineal grand daughter patrilineal grand mother patrilineal great grand patrilineal uncle remainder by ta’asib share is twice shares 2-his shares capital 1-his sixth 1/6th step matrilineal brother step patrilineal sister third 1/3rd twice the females uncle is blocked wealth wife will get(1/8th woman died leaving woman died leaving:1-her